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Apple Plans To Work With Microlatch On Fingerprint Recognition Technology





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While AuthenTec's board of directors is expected to approve Apple’s acquisition of the fingerprint sensor company for $356 million, a new report claims that Apple also plans to draw on expertise of other company to assist with creating its mobile payment service. The Australian reports that Apple has reached a deal with Australian firm Microlatch to work together on integration of similar fingerprint recognition technology with mobile payments via NFC (near filed communications).


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Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012. 14:28

Foxconn Has Begun Production Of iPad Mini In Brazil



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According to Japanese blog Macotakara, Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn has begun to assembly forthcoming "iPad mini" at its Brazil-based facilities. The report said:

“According to my source, iPad mini was started production in Brazilian factory. I don't have information if it has been produced in Chinese factory, yet”.


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Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012. 2:04

Apple’s Updated Terms & Conditions Prohibit Apps From Promoting Other Apps



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Last night many users of iOS device reported about the issue preventing them from making new purchases or redownloading previous purchases from App Store. When users attempted to make a purchase they were repeatedly asked to agree to App Store’s new Terms & Conditions. The issue, which is not rare when large number of users attempt to activate the updated Terms & Conditions at once, is currently fixed.


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Monday, October 1st, 2012. 18:40

Launch Of Apple’s Streaming Radio Service Delayed Over Licensing Negotiations



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This month The Wall Street Journal reported about Apple's plans to create its own streaming radio service to compete with Pandora. Reportedly Apple was in negotiations with record labels, but the company was months away from releasing the service.

The New York Post reported today that that licensing negotiations between music publisher Sony/ATV and Apple hit a snag over the licensing fee Apple would have to pay for each song streamed through the service. The report said:


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Saturday, September 29th, 2012. 1:49

Mac Game Store Released Digital Download App



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MacGameStore.com has launched a new Mac app to ease organization and purchase of game titles from the store. Unlike Steam, the app specifically focuses on downloads of digital games for the Mac and offers many major game titles from famous studios like Aspyr and EA.


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Friday, September 28th, 2012. 11:18

Apple Reportedly Sourcing Thinner Components for 2013 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro



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Digitimes reports that Apple is working with suppliers to develop a new process that will allow to shave 0.15 mm from the thickness of the light guide used to distribute lighting for the company's illuminated keyboard in the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.

Apple will reduce the thickness of light guide plates for the illuminated keyboards in its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models from 0.4mm currently to 0.25mm in 2013, according to sources in Apple's supply chain.


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Friday, September 28th, 2012. 0:45

Charging The iPhone 5 Costs About $0.41 A Year



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Today energy efficiency company Opower published a study estimating the annual cost for charging the new iPhone 5 at $0.41. While a user’s actual cost varies based on electricity rates in their regions and on use, the company's estimate assumes that a user charges the device once per day at 11.8 cents per kWh (U.S. average).

Although an individual iPhone 5 consumes a tiny amount of energy, the great popularity of Apple’s smartphones results in considerable energy demand in total. The company notes:


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Thursday, September 27th, 2012. 22:23

Phil Schiller: Scratching Of iPhone 5 Is Normal As With Any Aluminum Product



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According the report from 9to5Mac, one of its readers emailed Apple’s chief of marketing Phil Schiller, regarding scratching of the new iPhone. Scratches on the iPhone’s body are most visible on the black models because they reveal the silver color of the aluminum underneath the anodized slate color. Schiller said that scratching is “normal” when the device is in use.


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Wednesday, September 26th, 2012. 1:29

DisplayMate: iPhone 5 Display Is The "Best Smartphone Screen"



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DisplayMate published a comprehensive analysis of the iPhone 5 display and also provided detailed comparisons between Samsung Galaxy S III and the iPhone 4. The company concluded that the iPhone 5 has the best smartphone display they have ever tested.


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Tuesday, September 25th, 2012. 15:07

AuntenTec Will Stop Supplying Fingerprint Sensors To Non-Apple Customers in 2013



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According to Korean website etnews.com, fingerprint sensor company AuthenTec has notified many of its customers, including Dell, Lenovo, HP, Fujiitsu and Samsung, that it will stop offering its technology to them as of next year. In July Apple agreed to buy AuthenTec, and it is expected that AuthenTec's board will approve the acquisition in October.


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Tuesday, September 25th, 2012. 2:01

Apple Sold Over Five Million iPhone 5 In Opening Weekend



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Earlier we reported on Apple’s announcement that customers had pre-ordered more than two million iPhone 5 in the first twenty four hours of availability. Today Apple announced that first weekend sales of the new iPhone 5 exceeded 5 million units, surpassing the four million iPhone 4S sold during the device’s opening weekend last year. The company also announced that more than 100 million iOS-devices have been updated to its new iOS 6. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook said:


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Monday, September 24th, 2012. 19:16

iPhone 5 has been jailbroken [Photos]



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Famous hacker has already jailbroken the iPhone 5! Chpwn posted several photos via twitter. The pictures shows an iPhone 5 running iOS 6 with Cydia installed and Cydia home page on iPhone 5. Take a look:


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Monday, September 24th, 2012. 0:49

Hundreds Of iPhone 5s Stolen From Several Stores Around The Globe



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With Apple’s retail locations and carriers taking delivery of iPhone 5 stocks last night, a number of heists have occurred in different parts of the world. While Apple’s retail locations were full of employees preparing stores for the iPhone 5 launch, carriers’ retail stores, which were left unattended last night, became the main target for thieves.


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Saturday, September 22nd, 2012. 1:25

iPhone 5 Drop Tests Showed Durable Screen And Casing



With the today’s launch of the iPhone 5, a number of companies are performing benchmarks and tests on the new iPhone. It is common practice to perform a series of drop tests with any new iPhone to find out how well it withstood the common falls.


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Friday, September 21st, 2012. 21:00

Apple Bought 200 Acres For Second Solar Farm



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Earlier this year, Apple revealed its plans to build a second solar farm several miles away from its new data center in Maiden, North Carolina. The new 20-megawatt facility would complement another 20-megawatt solar farm that seems to be nearing competion across the street from Apple’s data center.


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Thursday, September 20th, 2012. 22:08

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